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Buff State women’s lacrosse falls to Oneonta, 22-14


BUFFALO -- Buffalo State and Oneonta played an entertaining first half with the Red Dragons clinging to an 11-10 lead before the visitors kicked it into another gear in the second, outscoring the Bengals 11-4 over the final 30 minutes to knock off Buffalo State, 22-14, in a SUNYAC contest this afternoon at Coyer Field.

Christina Krowel (Amsterdam/Burnt Hills-Ballston Lake) finished with a team-high six goals for the Bengals.  She also contributed one assist. Alanna Herne (Tonawanda/Tonawanda) was Buffalo State's main playmaker, finishing the game with two goals and five assists. Nina Schaefer (Lafayette/Lafayette) chipped in two goals while Cassie Saint-Vil (Middletown/Middletown), Christina Standinger (Palmyra/Palmyra-Macedon) and Jackie Dufresne (Lake View/Frontier) each scored once for the Bengals. Oneonta got on the board first, just 30 seconds into the game, but the Bengals answered right back with a goal of their own by Standinger two minutes later to tie things at one. The two teams continued to trade goals back and forth, with the score tied, 3-3, six minutes into the opening half. Oneonta started to pull away, getting four unanswered goals to retake a 7-3 lead halfway through the first. Buffalo State responded right back, scoring the next two to make it 7-5. The Red Dragons struck again, pushing their lead to 8-5 before the Bengals roared back. Buffalo State scored five unanswered goals to retake a 10-8 lead with 1:55 left in the first. Oneonta answered back with three unanswered goals of their own, including a tally with just a second left in the first to take an 11-10 lead into halftime.

It was all Oneonta in the second half, as the Red Dragons outscored the Bengals 11-4. Buffalo State would get it as close as 12-11 three minutes into the half, but the Red Dragons went on a 10-3 run over the game's final 27 minutes to escape Buffalo with a 22-14 victory.
Buffalo State will be at home again this Tuesday for a SUNYAC contest against Oswego at 4 p.m. at Coyer Field.